Do not be surprised by the large number of places that can be visited on an island of such a small size.
• Ibiza Dalt Vila. In addition to walking around the capital of Ibiza, it is essential to climb Dalt Vila, the old town of a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, which is surrounded by impressive walls and serves as a viewpoint for much of the island and even Formentera.
• Towns. From the white houses of Santa Gertrudis to a walk by the sea in Santa Eulalia, the stunning sunsets in San Antonio or the natural tranquillity that is breathed in Es Cubells, the towns in Ibiza offer a wide range of experiences.
• Las Dalias Market. You cannot go to Ibiza and not visit one of the symbols of the hippie era. Here you can admire crafts of a very different type and the fashion adlib.
• Churches. Simple and charming, the churches of each town in Ibiza are unusual in the way that they were built as a place of worship and as a refuge from the numerous invasions by pirates.
• Natural Park of Las Salinas. This protected space is the ideal place to practice hiking in a forgiving environment and admire the fauna and flora that it contains. It is also the origin of LA historically the most important industry of Ibiza: salt extraction.
• Can Marçà Cave. More than 100,000 years old, nature has carved into this cave the most beautiful forms. Its beauty is only rivalled by the beauty of the views from the cliff under which it can be found.
Natural, cosmopolitan, lively, quiet ... The collection of beaches and coves that the island of Ibiza has is sublime.
• The Salinas. Located within the natural park with the same name, this beach is a favourite place for celebrities who visit Ibiza every year because of its natural environment.
• Cala Conta. Going down stairs sculpted into a cliff, you can access this beach, where you can enjoy the Illa d'es Bosc, as well as one of the most beautiful sunsets on Ibiza.
• Cala d'Hort. Besides the crystal clear waters, this is one of the most appreciated beaches in Ibiza due to the views of the impressive islet of Es Vedrà, which reaches an incredible 385 metres in height.
• Cala Saladeta. With easy access, this beach is the best option for those who want to enjoy the sensation of bathing in a swimming pool with natural surroundings.
• Cala d'en Serra. Located to the north of Ibiza, this cove is special for those who love diving on its rocky seabed.
• Cala Tarida. A beach that you must visit when enjoying a family vacation, due to its shallow depth, gentle slope ... and the choice of water sports available.
• Playa d'en Bossa. The most extensive beach in Ibiza and without doubt the most lively. Next to it are some of Ibiza's best-known entertainment venues.
The tranquility of the villages contrasts with the lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere that can be felt throughout the island. The leisure offer of Ibiza is simply irresistible:
• Music. Leisure in Ibiza has many faces but certainly, electronic music is the main event. The best nightlife venues, such as Amnesia, Pacha, Paradise, Space ... welcome every summer the most important DJs on the planet. It is advisable to consult the calendar to see the parties and events beforehand so you do not miss some of the most important musical events throughout the year.
• Excursions. Ibiza offers numerous excursions. In addition to trekking, you can get to know the island better by boat, kayak, hot air balloon, quadbike or even the mini-train.
• Diving. More than 200 kilometres of Ibiza has a spectacular seabed, including the Posidonia prairies, which have great ecological value and were recognised as a World Heritage Site in 1999. In addition to diving, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle surfing, flyboarding, Hoverboarding, JetPack, Seabob and Jetski...
• Gastronomy. The Ibizan cuisine is a great example of the Mediterranean diet, where you can taste typical dishes such as 'ratjada', sofrit payés, 'bullit de peix' and arroz a banda, ending with a flaó (cheese cake) and, of course, herbal Ibicencas, which have been manufactured for more than 200 years with native plants.